September 16, 2000
Lebanese Zahle MP Khalil Hrawi and his wife Nada were injured in London on Friday when they were hit by a van while crossing a street, the Daily Star
A damaged section of the water network in Qaraoun is to blame for recent illnesses reported in the region, according to the Lebanese Health Ministry o
Russia's foreign minister Igor Ivanov has met in New York Lebanese prime minister Salim Hoss.
Paris-based International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) will hold its executive board meeting in Beirut next week as delegates explore the country's inves
Iraqi products have legally entered Lebanon for the first time since 1990 in preparation for a Baghdad-sponsored trade fair in Beirut.
The Union of Arab Bourses will move its offices from Cairo to Beirut, the city originally planned as the headquarters for the group when it was create
More than 200 Italian MPs, human-rights activists and journalists have arrived in Lebanon to commemorate the 18th anniversary of the Sabra and Shatila
Born in 1923, the so-called ‘Shahroura,’ Nightingale, is the Lebanese singing equivalent of Elizabeth Taylor. Sabah has been married all of 13 times, her most recent husband being a Lebanese dancer, F
September 14, 2000
According to a report recently published by Salomon Smith Barney (Citibank Group) on the Lebanese economy, the government is still able to service its debts.
September 13, 2000
Lebanon announces it has arrested three members of a Sunni Muslim fundamentalist group who planned to kidnap civilians and commit "other terrorist act
Syrian President Bashar Assad has met Lebanese opposition leader Walid Jumblatt for talks on developments in Lebanon, following parliamentary election
Lebanese singer Assi El Hillani was born in 1973. He made his appearance as a singer on the Lebanese Television’s ‘Studio El Fan’ (Studio of Arts) in 1992. The singer won the Best Traditional Music Ca
Lebanese singer Ala Zalzaly was born in 1975. Like many other Lebanese singers, Ala first appeared on the musical scene through Lebanese TV’s ‘Studio El Fan’ (Studio or Arts). Zalzaly won first place
Private Arab companies need to be bolder and more aggressive in order to end the marginalization of the Arab market in the world economy, Lebanese Finance Minister Georges Corm urged Tuesday.
September 12, 2000
Since the Gulf War, the export market for Lebanese oranges, particularly the famous Safa fruit, has dried up, and the brand name has lost its status,